§ Mr. CLYNES
During the last quarter of 1929 I ordered the deportation of two citizens of the United States of America, who have both left the country. Their names were W. A. Dunn and B. Bowker, and they were deported after conviction upon a serious charge.
§ Mr. DAY
Can my right hon. Friend say whether there are any other orders which have been issued by the Home Secretary for the deportation of American citizens; and is it not the fact that in one very important case the newspapers published the information that this notice had been issued by the right hon. Gentleman before any notice was given to the person?
§ Mr. ALBERY
May I ask whether the Home Secretary has any difficulty in establishing the nationality of American subjects before an order for deportation is made?